Friend being used
A: No. don’t think you should have quiet. You are just being a very good friend to her and I hope she realize how luck she is to have you. But what you said may have come across as criticism and no one like to hear that. Also we can’t stop someone we care about doing stuff that harms them. All you can do is be very supportive and stay close to her. Reassure her constantly that you care about her and will be there for her. That way you help build her self-image hopefully to the point where she tells all these jerks to leave her alone and finds someone decent.
A: make sure that whatever contraception you’re using is use correctly. Read the instruction carefully. You don’t say what you use and since there are so many methods available there’s no room here to go each and every one. But condoms, for example, give at least 90 percent protection when used properly, alongside a spermicide. However, I wonder if you boyfriend is entirely happy about being sexual? It could be that’s what is really bothering him. Maybe he feels guilty about it? Try to talk more about feelings, not just about sex but about all kinds of stuff. This will help you both become more comfortable and relaxed with each other.
Meeting his parents
Q: The area around my vagina is itchy and inflamed, sometimes to the point of burning. I’m still a virgin and keep the area clean always, so what wrong’s with me?
A: there is good chance you’re experiencing a condition called contact vulvitis, which is not a sexual transmitted infection. It occurs when the vulvar skin (you external vagina area) becomes sensitive to a range of elements- from harsh soaps, perfumed toilet paper to nylon underwear. Sometimes the condition is even trigged by stress and poor diet. Contact vulvitis often clear up on its own. However, to alleviate the symptoms, I’d advice you to use a mild soap or unperfumed feminine hygiene cleanser and don’t over cleanse the area. It is important to keep the area dry all the times. Avoid harsh laundry detergents, perfumed feminine sprays and fragranced tampons or pads as they can irritate sensitive skin in the area. It’s also important to see a doctor if the symptoms persist since this condition can accompany other infections, including virginities, yeast infection and herpes.